Publications Details for:

Impact of UV-B on Maize
Grant Number R824900
RFA: Exploratory Research - Environmental Biology (1996)
Dissertation/Thesis (1)
Journal Article (3)
Paper (1)
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Dissertation/Thesis Chrispeels HE. Ph.D. Thesis, Stanford University. 1996. R824900 (Final)
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Journal Article Landry LG, Stapleton AE, Lim J, Hoffman P, Hays JB, Walbot V, Last RL. An Arabidopsis photolyase mutant is hypersensitive to ultraviolet-B radiation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 1997;94(1):328-332. R824900 (Final)
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Journal Article Stapleton AE, Thornber CS, Walbot V. UV-B component of sunlight causes measurable damage in field-grown maize (Zea mays L.): Developmental and cellular heterogeneity of damage and repair. Plant, Cell and Environment 1997;20(3):279-290. R824900 (Final)
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Journal Article Walbot V, Stapleton A. Reactivation potential of epigenetically inactive Mu transposable elements of Zea mays L. decreases in successive generations. Maydica 1998;43(3):183-193. R824900 (Final)
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Paper Walbot V. UV-B damage amplified by transposons in maize. Nature 1999;397(6718):398-399. R824900 (Final)
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